In the New Year, Words for Wellbeing are launching a new kind of Cuckoo Young Writers group for 15-19 year olds, in partnership with Washington Mind, Tyne and Wear. Led by acclaimed poet and novelist Carolyn Jess-Cooke and group leader Hannah Morpeth, the group will be a chance for you to write away your worries and frustrations, Read More
We are happy to announce some new training dates for the A LIFE Worth Living Suicide Prevention training in Sunderland – visit the training page for more information!
Washington Mind has further developed our ‘1 in 4 Mental Health Awareness Training’. Exploring mental health, anxiety, depression and psychosis. Please click here for a flyer with more information about this exciting new training opportunity.
Washington Mind’s project has been selected to go through to the Aviva Community Fund and we need your help to get as many votes as possible for our project by 30th May. We want to reduce social isolation and provide a range of activities for older people in our community. We would really appreciate your vote – Read More
Members of the Washington Mind team were out and about on Friday 10th April at the Gentoo Easter Celebration and look who we came across….Samson the mascot for Sunderland Football Club!
Washington Mind has been funded to deliver three brand new ‘Stepping Stone’s courses which will look at Borderline Personality Disorder, Hearing Voices and Surviving Suicide. Please see the two flyers below for more information on these groups and how you can get involved.
Kate Middleton has recently recorded a message, as part of her ongoing work with the children’s charity Place2Be, around children’s mental health to raise awareness of Children’s Mental Health Week. Click here to see the video!